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    Thursday, June 10, 2021
    Potlucks and buffets carry a high risk for foodborne illness because bacteria thrive in food that is left out for long periods of time at room temperature. The danger zone for bacterial growth is between 40° and 140°F. The maximum amount of time that food can stay in this range before becoming dangerous is two hours, and potlucks and buffets easily last longer. Sanitary practices, avoidance of ...read more
    Categories: Safety, Cornerstone Partner News, Construction Education & Training
    Wednesday, June 09, 2021
    By WILL HOUSTON | whouston@marinij.com | PUBLISHED: June 8, 2021  After a winter of season of record-low rainfall, Corte Madera business owner Paul Burrous knew water restrictions were imminent. That’s when he decided to invest in a water truck. While it costs Burrous several thousand dollars a month to rent and insure, the 2,000-gallon truck allows his business, the Marin Wood Restoration and ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, Business Tips, Cornerstone Partner News, Member News, Community, Press Release
    Sunday, June 06, 2021
    About the Fundraiser Corey Robinson has teamed up with Giveback Homes and Habitat for Humanity EBSV to fundraise and physically help repair a home for a family in need in Oakland.  Once we hit our goal, we will volunteer as a team to help a family in need stay in their home by making necessary repairs to keep the home up to code. Help us reach our goal by making a tax deductible donation on this ...read more
    Categories: Community, Member News, Event Related, Builders Corner
    Friday, June 04, 2021
    Published: June 1, 2021 On  May 27, 2021, Chambers USA announced the selection of Smith Currie as the 2021 “Construction Law Firm of the Year“ in the United States. We are very honored to be recognized by Chambers & Partners USA,” stated Smith Currie’s managing partner, Eric Nelson. Chambers USA notes that its awards recognize a firm’s pre-eminence in key jurisdictions in the country. The awards ...read more
    Categories: Cornerstone Partner News, Member News, Press Release, Community
    Thursday, June 03, 2021
    By Shauna Krause, President, Capitol Services, Inc.   With texting more often these days life is becoming a hash of acronyms, aka OMG. Contractors are already used to dealing with an ‘alphabet soup’ of them to describe rules and regulations that you may need ‘spelled out’ by an expert. RMO, RME, LLC and HAZ, oh my… Q:  I currently am a licensed General Engineering (“A”) contractor.  I also have ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner
    Wednesday, June 02, 2021
    Our state senate recently passed S.B. 95 to address COVID-19’s impact upon the California employee.  This bill provides supplemental paid sick leave to compensate for the expiration of prior coverage that ended on December 31, 2020.  This new leave of absence takes effect immediately.  It is retroactive to January 1, 2021 and ends on September 30, 2021. SB 95 covers both private and public ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Community, Advocacy and Legislation, Business Tips
    Wednesday, June 02, 2021
    Aaero Heating & Sheetmetal    Adam's HardscapesArd Mac Electric, Inc.ARS Roofing, Gutters & SolarBay Area American Subcontractors Association (BASA)Bob Kunst Painting, Inc.Bravo Restoration & ConstructionCal-West Rentals, Inc.City CarpetsClough ConstructionCollege of MarinCounty of Marin Community Development Agency Sustainability TeamD+H ConstructionEarthwise EnergyEvenich Construction, ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, Marin Home Resource Guide, Marin Builders Association News
    Tuesday, June 01, 2021
    Potential hazards of confined spaces:Toxic fumesOxygen deficiencyExplosive atmosphereExposure to hazardous energiesMoving machine partsEngulfment/entrapment Learn more about safety precautions when working in confined spaces by downloading the training shorts. Click here to download the complete training short in EnglishClick here to download the complete training short in SpanishSafety & ...read more
    Categories: Cornerstone Partner News, Member News, Safety, Community, Builders Corner, Construction Education & Training
    Tuesday, June 01, 2021
     Why is Money such a Taboo Subject? Money is a touchy subject for many. Money brings up feelings of deep emotions, anxiety, shame, guilt, embarrassment, and much more when having to talk about income, expenses, and spending patterns. Money is also seen as a measure of status and power. By keeping money a taboo subject, we become unaware of better habits, healthier practices, and ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, Business Tips, Community, Member News
    Monday, May 31, 2021
    Does your firm have short-term or long-term hiring needs for entry level employees?If the answer is yes to either, please read on.Marin Builders Association members have access to TWO new pools of entry-level candidates from TWOseparate construction training programs, graduating very soon. OPTION 1:  Host an Intern from North Bay Construction Corps of Marin Students from the 2021 North Bay ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Marin Builders Association News, Press Release, Community, Construction Education & Training, Builders Corner
    Friday, May 28, 2021
    The Marin Builders Association Board of Directors voted unanimously to oppose the possible Marin Municipal Water District moratorium on new water hook ups.View full letterLittle evidence has been provided regarding the projected amount of water to that may be saved by a possible water hook up moratorium. Nor are we aware of any outreach to the business or construction members of our community to ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, Advocacy and Legislation, Press Release, Marin Builders Association News
    Monday, May 24, 2021
    May 18, 2021 On April 27, 2021, President Biden issued Executive Order 14026 – Increasing the Minimum Wage for Federal Contractors (“EO 14026”), which sets the minimum wage for federal contractors at $15.00 starting in 2022. EO 14026 applies to “workers working on or in connection with a Federal Government contract[,]” making it widely applicable. The order explains, “Raising the minimum wage ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, Business Tips, Advocacy and Legislation, Community
    Monday, May 24, 2021
    Novato and Sonoma based SolarCraft, recently completed the installation of a 40 kW solar power addition at The Sleepy Hollow Community Center and Pool in San Anselmo, CA.  Marin County’s Sleepy Hollow is a family-friendly community nestled in unincorporated San Anselmo at the Fairfax border.  Their utility costs from the power grid will be cut by almost $13,000 annually while utilizing clean, ...read more
    Categories: Community, Member News, Green Building - Sustainability, Press Release
    Monday, May 24, 2021
    Propane is a liquid in its compressed state (inside of the cylinder) and becomes a gas when pressure is released. Propane is extremely flammable. Sources of ignition are prohibited within 25 feet of the point of transfer. Other flammables or combustible materials are prohibited within 10 feet of point of transfer. Local codes need to be checked for possibly more stringent requirements. Learn ...read more
    Categories: Cornerstone Partner News, Safety, Construction Education & Training
    Tuesday, May 18, 2021
    We would like to recognize and celebrate our wonderful REFERRAL PARTNERS!2021:Glen Barras, Coldwell Banker Realty, who referred Upscale Construction, Inc.. (Special thanks to Glen for donating his bonus to our Scholarship and Workforce Development Fund!).Seth Shorett, River City Bank, who referred Lael Sturm, LPSS Digital Marketing. (Special thanks to Seth for donating his bonus to our Scholarship ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Marin Builders Association News, Community
    Monday, May 17, 2021
    Material prices have increase by nearly five-fold during COVID-19 By LOUIS HANSEN | lhansen@bayareanewsgroup.com | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: May 17, 2021 When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit, Bay Area construction big and small mostly ground to a halt. But the construction industry, deemed essential, quickly ramped back up as home-bound families discovered new projects to freshen up their ...read more
    Categories: Community, Press Release, Business Tips, Builders Corner
    Thursday, May 06, 2021
    Since construction is so dependent on materials, the success of your contracting business depends heavily on your supply chain. As the recent delay of shipping due to a trapped ship in the Suez Canal revealed, there are a lot of issues you might face at the moment. Here are a few ways to minimize them.Update Your Estimates Issues with the supply chain can create two different problems for your ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, Business Tips, Community, Member News
    Tuesday, April 20, 2021
    North Bay Construction Corps - Class of Marin addresses the high demand for construction workers in our community. This program enables students to explore a variety of construction related careers and prepares young adults for internship positions with local Marin Builders Association firms at the end of each class cycle.  Made possible by the Mario Ghilotti Family Foundation, the program helps ...read more
    Categories: Scholarship, Construction Education & Training, Builders Corner, Member News, Cornerstone Partner News, Press Release, Event Related, Marin Builders Association News, Community, Safety
    Monday, April 19, 2021
    Although landing a client and a new project is a great thing, sometimes it just isn’t going to work. There will be points where you’re too busy to take on the job within the time specified. There will also be clients proposing opportunities that just aren’t the right fit for your contracting business. Learning how to decline these projects is a skill, and it can be difficult to do at first. Here ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, Construction Education & Training, Business Tips, Member News
    Wednesday, March 03, 2021
    UPDATE: Because of multiple letters on the item, the County pulled this item from the Board of Supervisors agenda to give additional time for consideration. We've reached out to the county to offer industry perspective going forward. Marin County Board of SupervisorsRE: Project Labor Agreement Policy GuidelinesVia email on March 1, 2021To BOS@marincounty.orgFull pdf. of letterDear ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Marin Builders Association News, Advocacy and Legislation, Press Release, Builders Corner
    Wednesday, February 24, 2021
    Click the links below to view a current list of permit reports published and provided by the County of Marin and the individual cities/towns including Corte Madera, County of Marin, Larkspur, Mill Valley, San Anselmo, San Rafael, Sausalito and Tiburon. If what you're looking for is not listed below, please don't hesitate to call our offices directly at 415.462.1220 or contact Gabriela Shea ...read more
    Categories: Permits
    Thursday, February 18, 2021
    If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s the need to be empathetic. Given the challenges of the pandemic, people in the building trades, like all of us, have had to make adjustments on how to run their businesses, as well as how they communicate with clients and potential clients. Clients should know that you work safely, under guidelines from OSHA, CDC and state and local authorities. They ...read more
    Categories: COVID-19 Resources, Business Tips, Member News, Community
    Friday, January 29, 2021
    AUTHOR Robert Freedman @RobertFreedman PUBLISHED Jan. 29, 2021Dive Brief:Companies denied forgiveness of their Paycheck Protection Program loan can take a tax credit for the amount of proceeds they used to pay wages, the IRS said in a notice released last week.The employee retention credit only applies to wages paid in the 2nd and 3rd quarters of last year and are eligible for the credit on the ...read more
    Categories: Business Tips, COVID-19 Resources
    Tuesday, January 26, 2021
    AUTHOR Kim Slowey @kimslowey PUBLISHED Jan. 26, 2021 Certain situations like illegality or coercion can invalidate a contract in whole or in part.This feature is a part of "The Dotted Line" series, which takes an in-depth look at the complex legal landscape of the construction industry. To view the entire series, click here. Most contractors are well aware that they must abide by the ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, Business Tips
    Wednesday, January 20, 2021
    Back in the spring, lots of people thought that COVID-19 was going to have short-term effects on the world, and then everyone would move on. As it turns out, systemic changes in business practices will continue into the new year and beyond. Companies are thinking about how to use commercial spaces when they don’t necessarily want people to come in. With this information, you’ll have a sense of ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Business Tips, Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources
    Friday, January 15, 2021
    What You Need to Know About Second Draw PPP LoansKey insightsMany entities that were eligible to participate in the first round of the PPP, received a PPP loan, and have fully used those proceeds are eligible to apply for a second draw PPP loan.Second draw PPP loans include a new revenue reduction requirement affecting eligibility.Requesting a re-sizing of your initial PPP loan may result in ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Business Tips, Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources
    Friday, January 15, 2021
    With news that the Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency use authorization for multiple COVID-19 vaccines, many of our friends in the construction industry have asked whether they can require or mandate that their employees receive one of the vaccines. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recently updated its guidance on COVID-19-related employment issues to indicate that ...read more
    Categories: COVID-19 Resources, Builders Corner, Business Tips, Member News, Cornerstone Partner News, Safety
    Tuesday, January 12, 2021
    AUTHOR Joe Bousquin PUBLISHED Jan. 12, 2021 Construction DiveDive Brief:A new California law that went into effect Jan. 1 allows state regulators to shut down jobsites that expose workers to an imminent hazard of COVID-19 infection, while eliminating a previously required 15-day rebuttal period for contractors to respond to any alleged “serious violations” related to COVID-19, according to the ...read more
    Categories: COVID-19 Resources, Builders Corner, Business Tips, Safety, Advocacy and Legislation
    Thursday, January 07, 2021
    Billions for roads, harbors, schools, military housing, broadband and clean energy is aimed at spurring construction AUTHOR Joe Bousquin PUBLISHED Jan. 7, 2021 Construction Dive The term “construction” appears 636 times in the $908 billion pandemic relief package and $1.4 trillion omnibus spending bill passed by Congress and signed by President Donald Trump at the end of December. In other ...read more
    Categories: Business Tips, Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources
    Thursday, December 31, 2020
    Curative testing sites remain free in Marin, but appointments must be scheduled in advance through the Curative website (available in English and Spanish). Appointment slots open about 3-4 days in advance of each scheduled testing day. The updated schedule of Marin County based Curative test sites includes:Bolinas: Mondays, 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM; Bolinas Fire Station (100 Mesa Road) Larkspur: ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources, Marin Builders Association News, Press Release, Member News, Safety, Community
    Wednesday, December 23, 2020
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    Categories: Builders Corner, Business Tips, Press Release, Community, Member News, Marin Builders Association News
    Tuesday, December 22, 2020
    AUTHOR Joe Bousquin PUBLISHED Dec. 21, 2020 Construction DiveDive Brief:Construction workers should receive the coronavirus vaccine after other frontline essential workers and people age 75 and older, according to recommendations made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.ACIP voted that the roughly 30 million Americans that fall into ...read more
    Categories: Safety, Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources
    Thursday, December 17, 2020
    12/17/20 | 2020-21 EEOC Issues COVID-19 Vaccine Guidance for EmployersIntroduction On December 16, 2020, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) released much anticipated new guidance on the interaction of various equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws with the newly approved COVID-19 vaccine. Of significant note, this guidance effectively permits employers to implement a ...read more
    Categories: Safety, Cornerstone Partner News, Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources
    Tuesday, December 15, 2020
    AUTHOR Joe Bousquin PUBLISHED Dec. 15, 2020 Construction DiveDive Brief:A new study tracking the results of more than 730,000 COVID-19 tests found that construction workers had the highest positivity rates for asymptomatic cases of any occupation, including healthcare staff, first responders, correctional personnel, elderly care workers, grocery store workers and food service employees.The ...read more
    Categories: Business Tips, COVID-19 Resources, Builders Corner, Community, Safety
    Monday, December 14, 2020
    AUTHOR Kim Slowey @kimslowey PUBLISHED Dec. 14, 2020 Construction Dive As the end of 2020 approaches, even as many construction businesses are still struggling with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s time to close out the year financially. That means it's time for tax planning and the consideration of other financial issues, both of which will hopefully put contractors in the best ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources, Business Tips
    Wednesday, December 09, 2020
    Please familiarize yourself with the following new regulations/guidelines:  Cal/OSHA has recently issued Cal/OSHA Emergency Regulations to Protect Workers from COVID-19, which are now in effect. There is a one-page fact sheetand FAQs which provide a summary of the regulations. Requirements include: A site-specific, written COVID-19 prevention (see model COVID-19 prevention program) to ...read more
    Categories: Safety, Press Release, Community, Marin Builders Association News, COVID-19 Resources, Builders Corner
    Monday, November 30, 2020
    Are more stop-work orders ahead? Here's what to do to be able to come back in stride. AUTHOR Joe Bousquin PUBLISHED Nov. 30, 2020 Construction DiveThis is the second in a two-part series about the potential impacts of the country's surging coronavirus outbreak on the construction industry. Click here for Part 1. With COVID-19 surging out of control across the country, and daily death tolls ...read more
    Categories: COVID-19 Resources, Builders Corner, Business Tips
    Monday, November 30, 2020
    AB 685 Creates Employer COVID-19 Notice Requirements and Expands Cal/OSHA Powers effective January 1, 2021 On November 20, 2020, the OSHA Board unanimously adopted proposed regulations that impose requirements on employers to promulgate written policies regarding COVID-19 Prevention Plans.  The new regulations will go into effect December 1, if approved by the Office of Administrative Law, and ...read more
    Categories: Business Tips, Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources, Member News, Marin Builders Association News, Event Related, Press Release, Advocacy and Legislation
    Tuesday, November 24, 2020
    AUTHOR Jenn Goodman PUBLISHED Nov. 24, 2020 CONSTRUCTION DIVE CPA Jack Callahan sheds light on the new loan necessity questionnaire for Paycheck Protection Program borrowers, a requirement that has been called "confusing and burdensome" by industry groups. Construction firms that received a Paycheck Protection Program loan of more than $2 million got news late last month that they will be ...read more
    Categories: Business Tips, Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources
    Friday, November 20, 2020
    NOVATO, Calif. (Nov. 19, 2020) - CP Lab Safety, a Woman Owned Small Business in Marin County, California, announced their new at-home saliva collection kit for COVID-19 Testing. This process uses (RT)-PCR technology (Real Time Polymerase Chain Reaction) to diagnose active infections of the virus. The sample is gathered at home and shipped to a certified laboratory. Once it is received at the lab, ...read more
    Categories: Safety, Press Release, Community, Member News, Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources
    Thursday, November 12, 2020
    Updated by CDC October 28, 2020 COVID-19 is thought to spread mainly through close contact from person to person, including between people who are physically near each other (within about 6 feet). People who are infected but do not show symptoms can also spread the virus to others. Cases of reinfection with COVID-19  have been reported but are rare. We are still learning about how the virus ...read more
    Categories: COVID-19 Resources, Safety
    Monday, November 02, 2020
    AUTHOR Joe Bousquin PUBLISHED Oct. 29, 2020Dive Brief:A second wave of business impacts from COVID-19 is reverberating through construction contractors’ operations, and those consequences are getting worse as the pandemic wears on, according to the latest survey results from the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).More contractors reported postponed or canceled projects than new ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources
    Wednesday, October 28, 2020
     Lower credit card processing fees with level 2 and level 3 processing The cost of accepting credit cards is one of the biggest expenses a business faces. It is an unavoidable cost of doing business in a society that rarely carries cash anymore. For any business processing more than $100,000 a month in credit card transactions, the cost to process cards can approach $4,000 in fees alone. If your ...read more
    Categories: Community, Marin Builders Association News, Member News, Business Tips
    Wednesday, October 21, 2020
    The industry will start next year facing significant headwinds, economists and other experts predict. AUTHOR Shelley D. Hutchins, LEED-AP PUBLISHED Oct. 21, 2020 More than 10 months since the first coronavirus cases were reported in Wuhan, China, COVID-19's global spread continues to plague commercial construction. Since the pandemic hit the U.S., contractors across the country have faced a ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources, Business Tips
    Wednesday, October 21, 2020
    Safety standard organization ASTM International is leading an effort to establish standards for reusable face coverings. AUTHOR Kim Slowey @kimslowey PUBLISHED Oct. 21, 2020 Most construction workers and site managers are very familiar with the personal protective equipment (PPE) that helps prevent workplace injuries to the head, eyes, respiratory system and other vulnerable areas of the ...read more
    Categories: COVID-19 Resources, Builders Corner, Safety
    Tuesday, October 20, 2020
    It feels like parts of the world keep spinning, while others are set off their axis. You may have projects to complete, while your suppliers are considered non-essential. This can cause backlogs in your work, as you try to find ways to keep meeting client expectations as you can. Here are a few delays you can expect related to COVID-19, now and for several months into the future.Inspections Many ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources, Business Tips, Member News
    Tuesday, October 20, 2020
    Marin Builders Association and Marin Economic Forum to Evaluate the Permit Customer Experience for County of Marin    Take the Survey - San Rafael, CA - The Marin Builders Association is announcing a new partnership with the County of Marin and the Marin Economic Forum. The collaboration is designed to help improve the permit process for customers and decrease the amount of non-permitted ...read more
    Categories: Marin Builders Association News, Advocacy and Legislation, Press Release, CEMIP Permit Simplicity Program, Builders Corner
    Monday, October 12, 2020
    Mahalo to our members and guests for making the 44th Annual Marin Builders Association Golf Classic - Luau on the Links a tremendous success. We welcomed more than 70 players at Indian Valley Golf Club on Friday, October 9th for a fabulous day of golf, camaraderie, sportsmanship, delicious food & refreshments. Players and supporters celebrated our commitment to education as a portion of the ...read more
    Categories: Community, Press Release, Marin Builders Association News, Event Related, Cornerstone Partner News, Member News, Scholarship
    Thursday, October 01, 2020
    Have you ever met someone who knew exactly what they wanted to do in life from the time they were a small child? Some people are like that. They are practically born knowing where to go. For the rest of us, it’s important to find a good fit. But having a career is so much better when you know you can bring passion to your work. Here are five ways you can tell that your passion (and your future) ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Community, Construction Education & Training, Builders Corner
    Monday, September 21, 2020
    Like some industries, construction has a tendency to put people at risk for illness or injury. This is why so many tasks require personal protective equipment (PPE). There are many types of PPE you may need, depending on your field and the kind of work you do. Here’s what to expect from headgear, masks, gloves, boots and more.Masks The recent pandemic has made masks a topic of national attention. ...read more
    Categories: COVID-19 Resources, Safety, Community, Member News
    Thursday, September 17, 2020
    AUTHOR Kate Tornone @KateTornone PUBLISHED Sept. 17, 2020 Construction Dive If an employee refuses to work although there is no imminent danger, "the courts have made it clear that those employees don’t have to be paid," says a human resources expert. Contractors across the country are dealing with labor issues related to the coronavirus pandemic. Some workers who are receiving unemployment ...read more
    Categories: Safety, Community, Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources
    Monday, August 10, 2020
    With the way that the economy has changed throughout the past 10-15 years, it’s not surprising that people are rethinking about how they consider starting a career. Getting a college degree used to be a popular option that would secure a good job. Now, not so much. Instead, you might be thinking about learning a trade that offers you a lot of upward mobility. But how soon can you start? Here’s ...read more
    Categories: Builders Corner, Community, Safety, Member News, Marin Builders Association News
    Tuesday, August 04, 2020
    You know it could be coming, and it might even happen within the week. When whole states are shutting down construction projects to try to slow the spread of COVID-19, it may not take long before your contracting business is affected. There are times throughout your career that you will need to suspend work on an ongoing project due to weather problems or even a contract dispute. If you have to ...read more
    Categories: Member News, Safety, Community, Builders Corner, COVID-19 Resources
    Monday, January 13, 2020
    Click the links below to view a current list of Tax Liens & Completions published and provided by the County of Marin. If what you're looking for is not listed below, please don't hesitate to call our offices directly at 415.462.1220 or contact Paula Krause ...read more
    Categories: Tax Liens and Completions
    Monday, November 11, 2019
     Marin Builders Association, Town of Tiburon and Marin Economic Forum Collaborate to Measure and Improve the Permit Customer Experience  The Town of Tiburon has announced a new partnership with the Marin Builders Association and Marin Economic Forum to help improve the experience for the permit customers. The Customer Satisfaction Assessment is a program designed to measure and ultimately improve ...read more
    Categories: Community, Press Release, Advocacy and Legislation, Marin Builders Association News
    Sunday, June 16, 2019
    Construction Training Program Tackles Shortage in Building Industry     In response to the North Bay’s high demand for skilled construction workers, the Marin Builders Association has again partnered with College of Marin, Canal Alliance, and CareerPoint Marin to bring construction training and job opportunities to students Marin.    The Education to Career (e2c) construction training program ...read more
    Categories: Community, Safety, Press Release, Marin Builders Association News
    Click here for Subcontractor Lien Protection Checklist to protect your Lien rights provided by the Marin Builders Association and Dan McLennon of Smith, Currie & Hancock, LLP.Reviewed and Updated March 2021
    Categories: Community, Marin Builders Association News, Tax Liens and Completions
    Click here for General Contractors Lien Rights Protection Checklist to protect your Lien rights provided by the Marin Builders  Association and Board member Dan McLennon.Reviewed and Updated March 2021
    Categories: Tax Liens and Completions, Marin Builders Association News, Community
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